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Seminole State College
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Admissions Requirements for Non-Degree Seeking Students
1. Early College/Dual Enrollment Students
Students who reside in Seminole County or who are enrolled in a Seminole County Public School or in a non-public school (including home school) that is in compliance with Florida Statute 1002.42(2), and conducts a secondary curriculum pursuant to Florida Statute 1003.43 are eligible for dual enrollment. Students may not withdraw without high school approval. (For more information please see Alternative Ways to Earn Credit section).
2. Transient Students
Students in good standing at other colleges may be admitted as transient students to take courses for transfer back to their home institutions.
Students must produce a transient form or letter indicating their good standing, specific courses to be taken, and the parent institution's willingness to accept the credit earned prior to registration for classes. The form can be completed at FACTS.org and will serve as the application for admission as well as the residency and transient form. If the home institution is not listed on FACTS.org, the student must apply to the College, complete a residency affidavit and obtain a transient form from the home institution.
3. Post-Baccalaureate Non-Degree Seeking Students
Students who have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher may enroll in lower and upper division college courses. Students admitted in this category must:
Students are responsible for their own advising and determining the transferability of credits earned at Seminole State as a non-degree student toward a degree program at another institution.
4. Post-Associate Non-Degree Seeking Students
Students who have earned an associate degree, but not a higher level degree, may enroll in lower division college courses. Students who are admitted in this category must:
Students are responsible for their own advising and are required to meet all prerequisites and corequisites for courses they intend to enroll in, including appropriate placement scores when required. Determining the transferability of credit earned at Seminole State as a non-degree student toward a degree program at another institution is the sole responsibility of the student.
5. Post-High School Non-Degree Seeking Students
Non-degree seeking students with a high school diploma but no college degree who are non-degree seeking, typically take courses for job improvement or personal enrichment. The following requirements apply to non-degree seeking students with a high school diploma but no college degree:
6. Teacher Recertification Students
Certified K-12 teachers who choose to attend Seminole State to enroll in courses required for recertification must submit their teaching certificate as proof of a bachelor’s degree. These students may enroll in lower division college courses and will not be required to satisfy course prerequisites and corequisites. Students admitted in this category must:
Students are responsible for their own advising.
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